|Autism in Iceland|
Like Autism Live on Facebook at http://facebook.com/autismlive During special Autism Live on World Autism Awareness Day, Shannon talks to Autism blogger Ragnhildur Ágústsdóttir of Iceland. Ragga's blog, Family and Autism, details her family's adventures of having both of her boys diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders while she and her husband were getting their graduate degrees in Denmark. Ragga's family has now returned to Iceland where her boys are getting treatment...
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|Low Roar - BTR Live Studio [ep91]|
Low Roar is Ryan Karazija, former singer of West Coast band Audrye Sessions. Originally from San Francisco, he moved to Reykjavik, Iceland, and recorded his first full-length under the new moniker. The album’s beautiful and ambient indie-folk has a haunting chilliness that seems borrowed from the frigid, isolated surroundings, while Karazija’s voice, eerily similar to Thom Yorke’s, is yearning and vulnerable...
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|Dad Rocks! - BTR Live Studio [ep77]|
Denmark-based Icelander Snævar Njáll Albertsson, the multi-instrumentalist mastermind behind Dad Rocks!, creates beautiful music that wavers between sparse, introspective folk and intricate, sonic bursts of orchestra rock. The straightforward guitar work is playful and the weaving arrangements are richly-textured — seemingly perfect for his songs, whose stories often reveal perspectives from both the naive, innocent child and the wise, serious parent...
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